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Queen and paddington bear video
In the video, the beloved children’s character makes a mess of a formal tea service at the Palace, while the Queen kindly watches. The royal family posted a part of the video.
The delightful clip was shown before the Platinum Party at the Palace concert on Saturday night.
The 96-year-old monarch said she shared Paddington’s love of marmalade sandwiches in a surprise video.
Which was shown to open a Platinum Jubilee concert outside Palace, delighting thousands in attendance for the third day of festivities marking his 70 years on the throne.
Rock band Queen and Adam Lambert kicked off the outdoor show outside the palace, with artists including Alicia Keys.
Prince Charles and Prince William, the Queen’s son and grandson, are due to address a live audience of 22,000 and millions more on television.
The queen has had problems moving around lately, which the palace describes as episode mobility issues, limiting her public appearances in recent months. But his absence from the concert did not dampen the festive mood among the crowd.
It was the second time in as many days that the Queen’s mobility issues prevented crowds from seeing her.
Friday, the the Queen skipped a special Thanks giving service in her honor at StCathedral in London.
The queen and paddington video
The video had a particularly special moment of the Queen poking fun at her habit of carrying a hand bag with her wherever she goes.
After Paddington ruins the food brought for tea, he offers her a marmalade sandwich, to which the Queen responds by pulling a marmalade sandwich out of her purse and confiding to him.
Live footage of the crowds outside Buckingham Palace were interspersed with the pre-recorded video, which ended with the Queen and Paddington tapping their spoons to the tune of Queen’s.
We Will Rock You the rock anthem that opened the Platinum Jubilee concert.